I made a few Amineko to give away. Here are some photos and some notes that might help you when you make your own Amineko.
- To remember which round I am working on, I use a piece of yarn as stitch-marker.
- I made a chart (see photo below) indicating how many stitches there are in each round, as well as the number of single crochet stitches before the two-single crochet in same stitch is made. This helps me to remember the stitches and avoid making too many mistakes.
- I used small shells to add weight to Amineko’s feet but I didn’t stuff the arms and legs because this is a very small Amineko. I only stuffed the head, torso and mouth, and put small stones as weight at the base of the torso.
- Before attaching the head to the torso, I completed the face of Amineko so all the yarn ends can go in and out through the hole under the head.